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1 Nilanjana S. Roy (ed.)
A Matter of Taste: The Penguin Book of Indian Writing on Food
Penguin; New Delhi, India; 2004; 0143031481 / 9780143031482; First Edition; Paperback; New; New; 
Printed Pages: 383. 007898

Price: 10.50 USD
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2 Shibani Roy & S.H.M. Rizvi (Authors)
Dhodia Identity: Anthropological Approach
B.R. Publishing Corporation; New Delhi, India; 1985; 8170181615 / 9788170181613; Hardcover; New; New; 
Printed Pages: 228 with numerous illustrations, 37 tables & 9 maps. 110543

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3 S.H.M. Rizvi & Shibani Roy (Authors)
Ethnic Diversities in India
B.R. Publishing Corporation; New Delhi, India; 2003; 8176463353 / 9788176463355; Hardcover; New; New; 
Printed Pages: 268. 110538

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4 A.B. Roy and S.R. Jakhar
Geology of Rajasthan (Northwest India): Precambrian to Recent
Scientific Publishers (India); Jodhpur, India; 2002; 8172333048 / 9788172333041; First Edition; Hard Cover; New; New; 
Printed Pages: 433. 002207

Price: 43.99 USD
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5 Swami Pratyagatmananda Saraswati; Justice P.B. Mukherji, S.N. Roy, and Sri Govinda Gopal Mukhopadhyaya
Japasutram: The Science of Creative Sound with "Metaphysics of Sound", an Introduction and "The Secret of Japa"
Vak Parampara; Chennai, India; 2007; 8189305034 / 9788189305031; Revised Edition; Paperback; New; 
Printed Pages: 300. 033315

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6 S.H.M. Rizvi & Shibani Roy (Authors)
Khasi Tribe of Meghalaya
B.R. Publishing Corporation; New Delhi, India; 2006; 8176465224 / 9788176465229; Hardcover; New; New; 
Printed Pages: 102 with 13 b/w photos. 110569

Price: 4.50 USD
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7 S.H.M. Rizvi & Shibani Roy (Authors)
Kuki Chin Tribes of Mizoram and Manipur
B.R. Publishing Corporation; New Delhi, India; 2006; 8176465267 / 9788176465267; Hardcover; New; New; 
Printed Pages: 134 with 26 b/w photos. 110570

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8 Shibani Roy & S.H.M. Rizvi (Authors)
Nicotine Water to Heroin
B.R. Publishing Corporation; New Delhi, India; 1986; 8170182972 / 9788170182979; Hardcover; New; New; 
Printed Pages: 207. 110542

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9 U.N. Roy and J.S. Jaini (eds)
People's Empowerment and Sustainable Rural Development: A Technological Approach
Rawat Publications; New Delhi, India; 2009; 8131601269 / 9788131601266; First Edition; Hardcover; New; New; 
Printed Pages: 400. 032262

Price: 21.95 USD
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10 S. Sinha-Roy (ed.)
Structure and Tectonics of Precambrian Rocks of India (Recent Researches in Geology - Volume 10)
Hindustan Publishing Corporation; New Delhi, India; 1983; First Edition; Hardcover; Very Good; Very Good; 
Printed Pages: 252 with numerous b/w illustrations. 039489

Price: 40.00 USD
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11 Aniruddha Roy and S.K. Bagchi
Technology in Ancient and Medieval India
Sundeep Prakashan; New Delhi, India; 1986; 8185055955 / 9788185055954; First Edition; Hardcover; Very Good; Very Good; 
Printed Pages: 176 with 38 b/w plates. 024959

Price: 16.95 USD
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12 Priyadaranjan Roy and S.N. Sen (eds)
The Cultural Heritage of India: Volume VI: Science and Technology
The Ramakrishna Mission Institute of Culture; Kolkata, India; 2007; 8185843147 / 9788185843148; First Edition; Hard Cover; New; New; 
Printed Pages: 569 with numerous b/w illustrations. 024265

Price: 15.00 USD
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13 S.S. Roy
The Heritage of Sankara
Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt. Ltd.; New Delhi, India; 1982; 8121501628 / 9788121501620; Second Revised Edition; Cloth; New; New; 
This work is a study in Comparative Philosophy and Indian Metaphysics. Its starting-point is an inquiry into the validity of a charge against the heritage of Sankara-the charge that Sankara is a crypto-Buddhist. For giving the lie to this indictment of Sankara's heritage, the author has disentangled the essentials of Advaitism from the principles that determine the constitution of the Buddhist Absolute, in the traditions of Vijnana and Sunya. Possible evidences, in favour of the misconceived equation of Advayavada with the Vedantic Non-dualism, have been considered, and disposed of. A full-fledged account of the legacy of Gaudapada, and a still fuller account of Sankara, is most of the relevant aspects, justifies the title of this essay. A lively and brisk delineation of the symbolic usage of language in the Advaitavada of Sankara and his followers, helps in a considerable manner to distinguish the Advaitic heritage from the dialectic-centred philosophy of the Madhyamikas, and the unreflecting monism of some schools of Vedanta. The author has brought out very clearly the mature and status of the Dialectic in the Advaitic system of thought. Without identifying Advaitism with Buddhist Absolutism, he is prone to thinking that the dialectic of the Buddhists is a necessary link in the development of Indian philosophical disputation, they have, by their logical acumen, successfully reconstructed in theoretic consciousness, a Vision of the Absolute, only broadly indicated by Sankara. But apart from dispelling certain erroneous notions about the Advaitic heritage, of which Sankara is the architect, the author presents a delectably plausible diagnosis of the present-day allergy to metaphysics and metaphysical thinking. And he uses the Philosophy of Language itself, for showing a way out of the contemporary whirl-pool of anti-metaphysical bias. Yet, more remarkable than all this, is the way in which he attempts to stratify, ideologically, the different trends of Indian philosophical thought, and knit them together in an architectonical unity, the keystone of which is the Value-oriented Advaita. This value is Freedom. Its formulations in different systems of Indian Philosophy, are supported on different logics, built in different metaphysical moulds. They portray, in varying degrees of clarity and distinctness, the negation of the object-seeking attitude-a negation, which finds its ideal fulfillment, not in the replacement of one object by another, gross or subtle, but in the transcendence of the attitude itself, which alone is Freedom. Finally and convincingly too the author shows how this Advaita, synonymous as it is with Freedom, is the "Criterion-Concept" of Indian Culture at its meridian, functioning as the undeviating norm of our finer sensibility, expressed in our larger life, conduct and thought. Printed Pages: 259. 014073

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